[squid-users] missing icap respmod request when the web object is found in the cache?
giray_simsek at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 30 16:59:56 UTC 2015
Sorry for the duplicate mail but the formatting of the previous one looked too bad.
I am using squid + c-icap for content adaptation.
I noticed that when squid is able to find the requested html page in its cache, it does the following;
1) It does not send an http get request to the external web server since the html is already in the cache. I think this makes sense.
2) It does NOT send an icap RESPMOD request to the Icap server. I was expecting it to still send the icap request to the icap server in this case.
Is there a way to tell squid to send the Respmod request to the icap server in the case when the requested html page is found in the cache?
By the way, I am verifying that the object is found in the cache since I see the following line in squid's access.log:
1448901021.850 96 10.0.0.9 TCP_MEM_HIT/200 315485 GET http://192.168.0.12/poems.html - HIER_NONE/- text/html
Also, here is how my squid configuration looks like:
icap_service service_req_14 reqmod_precache bypass=on icap://127.0.0.1:1344/request_check
adaptation_access service_req_14 allow all
icap_service service_resp_14 respmod_precache bypass=off icap://127.0.0.1:1344/response_check
adaptation_access service_resp_14 allow all
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